Thursday, March 17, 2011

MAYA ROAD CHIPBOARD "PLAY" MINI ALBUM


This is a mini album that I made as a design team member of "The Crafty Scrapper" in Waxahachie, Texas. It was a JOY to make this little book that is about 3"x 6". This is the front cover....The lazer cut letters were traced and the pp glued on, then sanded along the sides and doodled around the edges of each letter. Also, I printed out some 1" X 1" pictures for the little squares that hang from the top ring by jute twine. On the opposite side of the pics are the letters "B" "O" "Y" "S", using Maya Road Micro Chips and Chipboard Alphabet, called Jonathan. They were  painted with Adirondack Acrylic Paint Dabber “Snow Cap”, then I doodled the "stitching".  Here's what REALLY sets this little book off: The Maya Road Zipper Trim...now, does that just scream "little boy", or what?! The zippers come in several colors. This one is in white. The yellow ribbon is "Just Imagine" by Imaginisec. You can get all of these supplies for this project  at "The Crafty Scrapper" in Waxahachie, Texas. Here's the link:   http://www.thecraftyscrapper.com/staff/

On each page I glued the pp and let it dry, then sanded around the edges of each page and inked, using Cats Eye Ink.

 This Maya Road Mini Chipboard album is perfect for boys or girls! Isn't the Maya Road ticket perfect for journaling?


On each page I glued the pp and let it dry, then sanded around the edges of each page and inked, using Cats Eye Ink.


This is the back cover....I thought it would be cute to do the word backwords. The lazer cut letters were traced and the pp glued on, Then sanded along the sides and doodled around the edges of each letter......there's that ADORABLE ZIPPER again!

3 comments:

  1. Awww, what a sweet mini! LOVE THE QUOTES, especially. The zipper is a fun detail. Primary colors are perfect for boys :D

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  2. The zippers are so fun! This is totally BOY!! :)

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